St. Mary's Co. Sheriff Cameron Bids Agency Staff and St. Mary's Farewell at Final Salute

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Sheriff Tim Cameron receives the Final Salute from Retired Deputy Greg Laxton and Sheriff-Elect Steve Hall​

Friends, family and the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office convened Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, as Sheriff Tim Cameron received his Final Salute on his last day after more than 42 years of service to St. Mary's County.

Sheriff Tim Cameron joined the Sheriff's Office as a Deputy under Sheriff Joseph Lee Somerville Sr. on July 3, 1980. Cameron was elected as St. Mary's County Sheriff in 2006 and served for four consecutive terms, which was unprecedented in county history.

We all wish Sheriff Cameron the best as he enters the next chapter in his life as the head of the Wyoming State Highway Patrol in January.

Sheriff Cameron and Laxton hug​
Sheriff Cameron makes the Final Walk through headquarters​

Group prayer with Pastor Larry Crabtree​

Retired Deputy and Background Investigator Jack Payne hugs Sheriff Cameron​

St. Mary's County Health Officer Dr. Meena Brewster thanks Sheriff Cameron for his leadership​

Cpl. Andrew Holton is the only remaining Sheriff's Office employee hired under Sheriff Somerville​

Maria Neme and Marta Neme say farewell to Sheriff Cameron​

Marta Neme hugs Angela Cameron​

Sheriff's Office Commanders​

Warden Mary Ann Thompson awards Sheriff Cameron with a key to the jail​

Sheriff Cameron takes home a framed photo​

Sheriff Cameron and Sheriff-Elect Hall​

Sheriff Cameron commended by the County Commissioners on Tuesday​

Sheriff Cameron, County Commissioners and Staff​

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